Telecom network maker Nokia wins $2.3 bln frame deals in China
Finnish mobile telecom network maker Nokia announced on Wednesday that it had signed frame deals with China's three major telecoms operators China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom worth more than two billion euros (2.3 billion US dollars), according to Reuters.
The deals includes deliveries of 4G radio and fixed access equipment, IP routing and optical transport equipment and other services through next year, Nokia said.
According to Phoenix Television’s affiliate ifeng.com, the deals were inked at the first China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai.
No responses were given by the three companies so far.